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  1. 122 JROTC students from 30 different high schools out-do 766 typical high school students on personal development.(Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps ... Test): An article from: Education by Raymond Schmidt, 2003-06-22
  3. USE OF AIR FORCE JROTC HIGH SCHOOL CADETS AS ROLE MODELS FOR DEVELOPING DEMOCRATIC MATURITY IN PRE-EDUCATION TEACHERS.(Statistical Data Included): An article from: Education by Rosemarie Kolstad, Dennis L. Ritter, 2000-03-22
  5. ASMC Visits the Defense Financial Management & Comptroller School: Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.(ASMC Visits): An article from: Armed Forces Comptroller by John T. Raines, 2006-03-22
  6. Cogito, Squadron Officer School, Class 59-A, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama by Maxwell Air Force Base, 1959
  7. Advanced Radiological Calculations Workbook by U.S. Army Chemical School, 1987
  8. A history of the Threat Office, USAOMMCS, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama, 1978-1993 (USAOMMCS papers) by William T. T Ward, 1993
  9. Rosa Parks and Her Protest for Civil Rights: 1 December 1955 (Dates with History) by Philip Steele, 2002-07-19

21. Alabama K-12 Schools On The Web
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  • 22. Research/Projects
    co investigator Wriggley, University of alabama in Birmingham of life course familycurricula for military (flagship) leadership schools (eg, US Army
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    Past-Current Grants/Research Work
    Awarded $15,000 from Office of Family Policy, Law School, University of Alabama, to study juvenile court practices with status offenders in Alabama.
    Awarded $200,000 from FORSCOM to study the effectiveness of the USACA's return to duty mission with military prisoners.
    Awarded $250,000 from 7th Medical Command to study the incidence of alcohol dependence among active duty service personnel arrested for driving under the influence, and the development of effective intervention strategies that target drunk drivers.
    Awarded $1,000 to study the trends of Family Advocacy Review Panels throughout Europe.
    Awarded $25,000 from Family Advocacy Program, Medical Command, United State Army, for sponsorship of 2 day working seminar on the development of life course curricula for military leadership schools.
    Selected by Department of Defense as scientific reviewer of grants submitted to 1995 Extramural Defense Women's Health Research Initiative (21-23 Jan 96).
    Defense Manpower Data Center funding ($50K) scheduled for elder care needs assessment survey of approximately 12 20 thousand active duty military personnel with elder responsibilities; co investigator Wriggley, University of Alabama in Birmingham, Medical School Center for Aging, with Akiyama and Dunkle, ISR/School of Social Work University of Michigan.

    23. A History OfThe University Of Alabama,
    The alabama chapter being the Mother Chapter of this well known order. This had animmediate effect on the Fraternity life as it has in most military schools.
    A History of
    The University of Alabama,
    The University Greek System
    Alabama Beta Delta of Alpha Tau Omega, History of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity - Click Here As reproduced from a report by the Beta Delta chapter shortly after World War I. In 1819 Congress donated forty-six thousand and eighty acres of land within the State of Alabama for the endowment of a higher institution of learning. At the session of the Alabama General Assembly in 1820 this institution was established, in name only, and future plans were laid. Nothing further was done until the following year when a Board of Trustees was appointed and held a meeting in Tuscaloosa, at which nothing was done except for the discussion of various parts of the projects. In December, 1829, the General Assembly selected Tuscaloosa as the site of the University, and construction of the buildings started in April of that year. The University opened its doors to students for the first time on April 12, 1831. Although it was named the State University, its ranking would hardly be on a par with some of our first class preparatory schools of today. The total enrollment hardly equaled the number found in the average lecture room of today, and the two or three small buildings easily housed the students as well as performing their original intended purpose of being used as class rooms and laboratories. Such was the condition of things for more than a decade after the opening of the University, and during this time there were no Fraternities of any kind, local or national. However, in 1844, a Dr. Barnes, Professor of Physics and Chemistry here at the University and later President of Columbia University, established a chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon. This was the only fraternity represented until 1856, when Sigma Alpha Epsilon came into existence. The Alabama chapter being the Mother Chapter of this well known order.

    24. CSM Benjamin A. Sundey
    military schools attended include Ammunition Operations Specialist His military assignmentsInclude Ammunition Company, Redstone Arsenal, alabama; First Sergeant
    CSM Benjamin F. Sundey Biography Command Sergeant Major Benjamin P. Sundey was born on 30 August 1954 in Perry, Florida. His home of record Is Ocala, Florida. He entered the Army on 22 June 1972 as a 55B10, Ammunition Operations Specialist. Military schools attended include Ammunition Operations Specialist, Redstone Arsenal; Primary Leadership Development Course, 7 th Army NCO Academy; Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course, Redstone Arsenal; U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy, Fort Bliss, Texas. His military assignments Include Ammunition Operations Specialist, 608th Ordnance Company, Fort Benning, Georgia; Ammunition Operations Specialist, U.S. Army Infantry Board, Fort Benning, Georgia; Section Chief and Platoon Sergeant, 64th Ordnance Company, Fischbach, Germany; Platoon Sergeant, 4th Student Company, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama; First Sergeant, 70th Ordnance Company, Cakaldi, Turkey; Operations Sergeant, 4th Student Company, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama; Ammunition Noncommissioned Officer in Charge, G-4, HHC, I Corps, Fort Lewis, Washington; Ordnance Enlisted Advisor, Readiness Group Los Angeles, 6th U.S. Army, Los Alamitos, California; First Sergeant, Company B. 73d Ordnance Battalion, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama; Command Sergeant Major, 84th Ordnance Battalion, Muenchweiler, Germany; Command Sergeant Major for the U.S. Army Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment Support Group, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. His last assignment prior to retirement was as the Command Sergeant Major for the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama.

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    alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware FloridaGeorgia, Association of military Colleges and schools of the United

    26. Alabama
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    Alabama does not have a corporate counsel rule, but it does not define corporate counsel practice as the unlawful practice of law. Go to Alabama for more information on Alabama's unlawful practice of law regulations.
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    Under Alabama Admission Rule III, law school teachers in law schools situated in Alabama which are accredited by the American Bar Association or American Association of Law Schools can be admitted to practice law under certain conditions. A law school teacher must have been a fulltime teacher for a period of three consecutive calendar years prior to the date of application. He or she must also be admitted to the bar of at least one state or the District of Columbia. The law school teacher must also meet the educational requirements set forth in Admission Rule IV. Applicants under this rule must pass a good moral character review and their applications are subject to approval by the Alabama State Bar Board of Commissioners.

    27. Affiliated Schools
    Airman Leadership School Maxwell AFB, alabama 361126309. College for EnlistedProfessional military Education Maxwell AFB, alabama 36114-3107.
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    Altus AFB, Oklahoma 73523-5019 Airman Leadership School
    Altus AFB, Oklahoma 73523-5206 Airman Leadership School
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    Andrews AFB, Maryland 20762-7002 Airman Leadership School
    Andrews AFB, Maryland 20672-6403 USAF Special Investigations Academy
    Andrews AFB, Maryland 20762-7002 Airman Leadership School
    Aviano AB, Italy
    APO AE 09601-5000 Airman Leadership School
    Barksdale AFB, Louisiana 71110-3001 Air Force Combat Communications Center Beale AFB, California 95903-1545 Airman Leadership School Beale AFB, California 95903-1714 Airman Leadership School Bolling AFB DC 20332-5114 USAF School of Aerospace Medicine Brooks AFB, Texas 78235-5123 27th Logistics Support Squadron Cannon AFB, New Mexico 88103-5310 Airman Leadership School Cannon AFB, New Mexico 88103-5326 Airman Leadership School Charleston AFB, South Carolina 29404-4710 355th Logistics Support Squadron Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona 85707-5000 355th Training Squadron Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona 85707-5000

    28. Air University Catalog
    Air Corps Tactical School, located initially at Langley Field, Virginia, and laterat Maxwell Field, alabama. Although other military schools taught aerial
    Air University Catalog
    Introduction to Air University Air University plays a vital role in fulfilling the mission of the United States Air Force. To uphold the national purpose and to achieve the nation's objectives, the Air Force must maintain a corps of officers, enlisted personnel, and civilians dedicated to the nation's defense. They must have an in-depth knowledge of war and the military sciences to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow's world. Air University contributes to the development of this knowledge through its professional and specialized education programs, research and doctrinal studies, and degree programs at civilian educational institutions. Before World War II, the only school in the armed services that emphasized the organization and employment of airpower was the Army Air Corps Tactical School, located initially at Langley Field, Virginia, and later at Maxwell Field, Alabama. Although other military schools taught aerial warfare, it was only an incidental part of their curricula. The doctrine for the use of airpowergenerally accepted by the Army Air Forces during World War IIgrew out of the Air Corps Tactical School. At the end of the war, the graduates of this school were instrumental in convincing the nation's defense leaders of the need to create Air University. Air University, in all of its endeavors, serves Air Force personnelofficers, enlisted members, and civiliansto ensure the nation continues its leadership during another crucial period of history. Air University also contributes to the defense of the free world by offering educational opportunities to foreign students. Its alumni are prepared to serve in Air Force assignments, in comparable foreign air forces, and in other governmental positions.

    29. Schools, Colleges, Departments
    military Science, University of South alabama Mobile alabama 36688-0002 / 1 (251)460
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    30. How To Become An AF Chaplain
    Air Force Chaplain Service Institute at Maxwell Air Force Base, alabama; VariousAir Force and interservice professional military schools; Postgraduate study
    The Chaplain Service TEAM The Air Force ensures the opportunity for military members and their families to exercise freedom of religion by providing chaplain service personnel. They are a team, supporting one another while working in their own areas of strength. Air Force chaplain service personnel work side-by-side, chaplains and enlisted, partnering for team ministry. They respect individual faith traditions, while encouraging people to develop and enhance their relationships with God and each other. Air Force chaplains and enlisted are committed to the moral and spiritual health of the Air Force. Broad Range Ministry Air Force Chaplaincy is a broad range of ministries including
    • Worship Hospital Parishes Education Social actions Confinement Visitation Sacraments Crisis intervention Administration Counseling Deployment Mobilization
    Air Force Advantages A commission in the Air Force gives you several advantages including
  • 30 days of vacation with pay each year Medical and dental care Low-cost life insurance Excellent pay and allowances Promotion opportunities A non-contributory retirement plan
  • Professional Growth There are opportunities for professional growth, such as

    31. Edvisors Network: K Through 12/Private Schools/Boarding Schools/Military
    Lyman Ward military Academy School for boys in grades 612. Locatedin Camp Hill, alabama. http// (Added Tue Jan

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    32. GT Transfer Equivalency Catalog: U Schools
    U schools. Choose the school at which the courses are taught United States CoastGuard Acad. United States military Academy. Univ of alabamaBirmingham.
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    33. LAW FORUM -- ALABAMA LEGAL RESOURCES, Law Schools, Case Law
    Law schools. alabama hotel inn reservations make hotel reservations with a secure freeresearch of birth, census, death, land, marriage, military and state
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    Alabama General Resources
    • Alabama State Home Page It is my pleasure to welcome you to Alabama the Beautiful, America's Best Values and to AlaWeb, the state's official homepage. We share a special quality of life here—we're very proud of our home and heritage, and I trust you will enjoy your tour of the many things we have to show you.
    • Alabama Secretary of State Welcome to the Alabama Secretary of State Home Page. Access the public information of our office, ranging from state election data to business regulatory information.
    • Department of Archives and History Alabama created the first state department of archives and history in the United States. Founded in 1901, the Alabama Department of Archives and History became a model for many other states.
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    • The Alabama Legislature Within these pages, visitors can access the texts of all 6 of Alabama's constitutions, the Code Of Alabama and bills (when in Session). In addition, a wide variety of other information, concerning the Alabama Legislature, is contained within this site.

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    34. United Devices, Inc. ™ - Company: Management
    company, has attended a number of military schools, and is a as an analyst specializingin military strategy, tactics a BA from the University of alabama and an

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    James Monnier Simon, Jr.
    Assistant Director of Central Intelligence(ADCI/A)
    Mr. Simon retired in 2003, as Assistant Director of Central Intelligence (ADCI/A) and founded IntelligenceEnterprises LLC with three other former senior intelligence officers. The company has practices in homeland security, strategic planning, commercial imagery, foreign language tools, evaluation methodologies, and advanced technology. The first ADCI/A, he was named to his position by the President of the US in 1998. As deputy to the Deputy Director of Central Intelligence for Community Management, he was responsible for setting policy for and overseeing the budgets of the 14 agencies comprising the National Foreign Intelligence Program. He chaired the Mission Requirements Board that approves all of the Intelligence Community's (IC) major system acquisitions and was a founding member and chair of the IC's Director's Board that is responsible for creating an IC collaborative environment. For 10 months after September 11th, he was designated as the senior IC official for homeland security and established and chaired the Homeland Security Intelligence Council. His primary focus has been on the introduction and management of change involving large, complex organizations. Mr. Simon is a native of Montgomery, Alabama and is married to Susan Woods of Tuscaloosa. They have a son, Jay, and a granddaughter, Haley. Interests include Haley, Eqyptology, military history, American history, reading, music, genealogy, golf, and the Crimson Tide. He is writing a book on the late-bronze age battle of Kadesh and conducting research for a military biography of Nathaniel Greene and for a history of the Creek War in Alabama.

    35. High Schools Alabama-Montana
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    36. Index
    LTC Lynch also holds a Master of Science degree in Public Administration from TroyState University, alabama. Among the military schools he has attended are
    Professor of Military Science
    LTC Lynch was commissioned on 11 May 1985 as an infantry officer. He graduated from York College of Pennsylvania where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice. LTC Lynch also holds a Master of Science degree in Public Administration from Troy State University, Alabama. Among the military schools he has attended are the Infantry Officer Basic Course; Military Police (MP) Advance Course, Combined Arms Services Staff School, Anti-Terrorism Course, and Command and General Staff College. His assignments include a variety of command and primary staff positions. LTC Lynch has commanded an airborne MP company in combat, a garrison law enforcement company, and as a field grade officer a corrections MP detachment. He has served in Europe, Central America, and the Middle East. LTC Lynch’s awards include the Meritorious Service Medal (with 2 oak leaf clusters), Army Commendation Medal (with 3 oak leaf clusters), Army Achievement Medal (with 2 oak leaf clusters), National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Southwest Asia Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Kuwait Liberation Medal, and the parachutist badge.

    37. Troy State University Graduate Studies Admissions Checklist
    the Troy State University Records Office, Troy, alabama, 36082. military Education(PME) courses completed at select military service schools for which
    Admissions Checklist
    Welcome to Troy State University!

    Thank you for your interest in our Graduate School. We currently offer degree programs in the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Education, College of Business, and College of Health and Human Services.
    For your convenience we have provided the following checklist of required information to complete the admission process. We suggest you print a copy of this checklist for your records
    Application for Admission

    Contact Troy State University Admissions Office, Troy, Alabama 36082, telephone 1-800-551-9716, or complete an online application . Information should be filled out completely. (A non-refundable application fee of $40 is required if applicant has never attended a TSU campus.)
    Final Official Transcipts
    Final official transcipts from all schools attended. Degree granting university must bear degree and date awarded. For information on TSU transcripts please contact Office of Academic Records at (334) 670-3166.
    Test Score Results
    Test score results for the GRE (verbal and quantitative scores), MAT, or GMAT. See current Graduate Bulletin for appropriate tests and score requirements. Testing information may be obtained from the Graduate School Test option on the Graduate School home page. International students should refer to International Admissions requirements in the current graduate bulletin.

    38. All ROTC Scholarships - Featured Schools
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    Alabama State University Montgomery
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    University of South Alabama Mobile
    University of Alaska - Fairbanks Fairbanks
    Arizona State University Tempe
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  • 39. AL Education Trust Fund - FY1998
    Knight vs State of alabama, 4,918,376, 4,918,376. Private schools, LymanWard military Academy, 206,225, 206,225. Marion Institute, 441,912, 441,912.
    State of Alabama
    Education Trust Fund
    Fiscal Year 1998 Appropriations
    The Education Trust Fund Appropriations Act for FY98 (October 1, 1997 - September 30, 1998) was passed during the 1997 First Special Session of the Legislature and signed into law as Act 97-856. The following is a summary of the appropriations contained therein as well as other separate bills that appropriated money from the ETF. The first column of numbers is the amount being appropriated from the ETF. The second column labeled "Earmarked Funds" represents other sources of funds being appropriated through the ETF bill to the listed agency. Other sources of funds may include federal funds, local funds, auxiliary enterprises, revolving funds,and self-generated funds. Important note: "Earmarked Funds" are estimated amounts that have been included for general information only. "Earmarked Funds" appropriated in the ETF bill are not allotted through the state's financial resources management system; therefore, the state does not have control over the amounts received and spent by entities from these "Earmarked Funds." Appropriations for:

    40. Welcome To Benchmark Publications
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    Welcome to Redstone Arsenal. Located in the middle of the Tennessee Valley, Redstone Arsenal is a great place to live. Children of all ages enjoy the rich variety of outdoor activities provided here. The Tennessee River, which borders the Arsenal on the South, is made to order for those who enjoy fishing, hunting, boating, water skiing, picnicking, hiking, biking, or just sitting and enjoying the scenery. Huntsville, Alabama, a city of about 158,000 residents, borders the Arsenal to the East and North and serves as the area's health and educational center. Fine shopping, schools, and professional facilities make Huntsville a very desirable place to live. Its Von Braun Center draws many shows for a full entertainment package. You should have no problem finding something to do during off-hours. We hope the following information will help you settle into the community. Checking In
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